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Co-op to run buses in mountain areas after branch closures

The Cooperative Central Bank has announced that as of September, it would launch bus services to various mountain areas to help its customers reach its nearest branches following a decision to close down several outlets in those areas.

The bus service will be available in all districts except Famagusta. The buses will run on the 3rd and 17th day of each month.

That way, the bank said, its customers will receive better service, as, some of these branches that are being closed down used to operate only once per month.

The routes are:

Kyperounda route: Agridia, Dymes, Kannavia, Amiantos

Trimiklini route: Kilani, Pera-Pedi, Monagri, Limnatis

Kalo Chorio route: Ayios Ioannis, Louvaras, Arakapas

Pachna route; Ayios Amvrosios, Prastio, Avdimou, Vasa Kilaniou, Ayios Therapon, Arsos, Anogyra.
The bank said that it is also contemplating on reintroducing mobile banking vehicles to facilitate those areas.

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